Australian International Academy is an Islamic school group in various locations in Australia. The school was Australia's first Muslim college and was then known as King Khalid. Its primary school was set up in 1999 with a grant from Saudi Arabia, that being the only foreign money the school has received.
Over the past decade, the Academy has expanded into New South Wales by purchasing a school in South Starthfield (previously known as Noor Al Houda Islamic College) and an additional campus in Kellyville.
The Academy also has a campus in Abu Dhabi (UAE) which in 2013 became a fully accredited International Baccalaureate (IB).
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The school has six campuses that offer the Australian National Curriculum and the International Baccalaureate. The academy sports a Primary Campus (providing grades Prep to Grade 5) in Coburg, and a Secondary Campus (Grade 6 to Year 12) in Merlynston, North Coburg. A new campus, based in Caroline Springs, commenced operation at the beginning of 2014.
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